A collection of all properties associated with the item.
Using the ItemProperties collection
Use the ItemProperties property to return the ItemProperties collection. Use ItemProperties.Item(index), where index is the name of the object or the numeric position of the item within the collection, to return a single ItemProperty object. The following example creates a new MailItem object and stores its ItemProperties collection in a variable called objItems.
Sub ItemProperty() 'Creates a new MailItem and access its properties Dim olApp As Outlook.Application Dim objMail As MailItem Dim objItems As ItemProperties Dim objItem As ItemProperty Set olApp = Outlook.Application 'Create the mail item Set objMail = olApp.CreateItem(olMailItem) 'Create a reference to the item properties collection Set objItems = objMail.ItemProperties 'Create a reference to the item property page Set objItem = objItems.item(0) End Sub
Note You can only add or remove custom properties. Custom properties are denoted by the IsUserProperty.
Note The ItemProperties collection is zero-based, meaning that the first item in the collection is referenced by 0, instead of 1.